I see that I have listed
Anthurium faustomirandae as being a member of sect. Calomystium. That said I
must say that a lot of the Mexican species of Anthurium defy classification and
indeed some of them probably represent new sections, such as A. lucens, A.
chiapense, A. longipeltatum, etc. with glandular punctuations.
email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Elizabeth Campbell
Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2009
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] New Species
Anthurium, sect. Belolonchium
I can actually speak to how authorship is going to work in the case of
this new plant. Basically, I will be the one responsable for the fieldwork,
collection, and notes pertaining to these, and then Dr. Croat will use this
information to describe the plant. Hence, I'm co-authoring in the sense that I
have provided the observational data and the specimens.
Not sure how it works in other cases, but I'm sure it's similar.